Royal This Week Poster & Crowns
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Royal This Week Poster & Crowns

This project can be used to focus on a child for each week. The child brings in their own photos to attach to the poster for their week. The child can also wear the crown as a special treat.
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • For Royal This Week Bulletin Board:
  • Foam Board
  • Gemstones- Large Bag
  • Foam Glitter Tiara Shapes
  • Recollections® Glitter Letters
  • Cardstock- White, Yellow and Black
  • Computer and Printer
  • Aleene's® Tacky Glue
  • Recollection® Taper Runner
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Scissors
  • Pattern (see link at bottom)
  • King & Queen Crowns:
  • Crowns
  • Creatology™ Foam Glitter Stickers
  • Glue Dots®
 

Project Instructions

Royal This Week Bulletin Board:

Use a computer to print out the following lines: My Royal Family, Queen of the Week, King of the Week, My Royal Pet, My Favorite Activity and My Favorite Food. Use fun fonts and color, if desired. Cut out in strips as shown.

Print and enlarge pattern of the palace. Trace on cardstock and cut out. Add details and a black rectangle to make a place to add a photograph. Use a tape runner to adhere "My Royal Family" to the palace.

Cut a large yellow rectangle and a smaller black rectangle for the "Queen of the Week"and "King of the Week' photo display. Glue on two crowns with tacky glue. Adhere "Queen of the Week' to one crown and "King of the Week" to the other crown. Add a gemstone to crowns.

Cut out three more photo displays from yellow and black cardstock. Label each one: "My Royal Pet", "My Favorite Activity" and "My Favorite Food".

Glue all photo displays to the foam board.

Glue glitter letters to the title of the foam board.

Finish by gluing on large gemstones for accents.

King and Queen Crowns:

Use Glue Dots® to stick gemstones to the top of the crown and tiara.

Add the word "King" to the crown and "Queen" to the other crown.